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A Song From the Heart Beats the Devil Every Time


Film writer, programmer and producer Kier-La Janisse (author of House of Psychotic Women and co-editor of the anthology book KID POWER!) looks at cult kids film and television from 1965-1985, through interviews with the people who brought these projects to life.

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Kier-La talks to acclaimed poet, author, playwright and screenwriter Carol Lynn Pearson, who adapted Jean Mizer's classic short story into the 1974 Mormon film production of the same name. more

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Kier-La talks to Nelvana co-founder Clive A. Smith and musician/songwriter John Sebastian about the 1978 Canadian Halloween special from which this podcast derives its name, as well as delving into Nelvana's early years and their ill-fated feature, R... more

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  • Astounding!

    Like an audio documentary, I wish there were hundreds of episodes, however I am in awe of the richness of each one & can bet it takes hours upon hours to put one episode together. Cannot recommend this enough. Thank you so much for this Kier-la

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    United Statesa year ago
  • One of the best podcasts out there!

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    a year ago
  • Brilliant documentary series

    Loving this superb series about Canadian children’s entertainment. As with everything she does, Kier-La Janisse takes a potentially niche subject and makes it fascinating.

    Apple Podcasts
    New Zealand2 years ago

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